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Physiotherapy after subacromial decompression surgery: development of a standardised exercise intervention

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 26/11/2015

This paper describes the development and details of a standardised physiotherapy exercise intervention designed to address pain and disability in patients with difficulty returning to usual activities after ...

Public Health England launches physical activity infographic

News item - Posted on 20/10/2015

20 October 2015 England’s chief medical officer Dame Sally Davies told a meeting of public health professionals that physiotherapists ...

ACPSEM conference: How can sudden cardiac death be prevented?

News item - Posted on 14/10/2015

14 October 2015 Despite the risk of sudden cardiac death (SCD), exercise is good for us, cardiology specialist registrar Andrew ...

Technical instructors lead Zumba for people with learning disabilities

News item - Posted on 09/10/2015

9 October 2015 An idea from technical instructor Nigel Tudball has been developed into a series of NHS-funded Zumba-based exercise ...

University of Oxford physios to launch back pain management programme

News item - Posted on 23/09/2015

23 September 2015 Physiotherapy researchers at the University of Oxford are launching an evidence-based programme that combines a ...

Awards highlight 10 years of Fit 4 Wales project

News item - Posted on 17/09/2015

17 September 2015 A physio-led programme in Cardiff has celebrated a decade of helping people with learning disabilities to get fit ...

Hot topic: Is it vital to be a role model?

Frontline article - Posted on 15/09/2015

Do physio staff have to be role models if they are encouraging patients to be more active? Two experts give their opinion. ...

Lambeth’s Fit Kids programme extends its reach

News item - Posted on 10/09/2015

10 September 2015 Fit Kids, a weekly exercise session for children with physical difficulties, is extending its reach to include ...

Abdominal exercises affect inter-rectus distance in postpartum women: a two-dimensional ultrasound study

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 25/08/2015

Objectives To compare inter-rectus distance (IRD) at rest between women who had a vaginal delivery with women who had a caesarean section, and to describe the effect of different abdominal exercises on ...

Does outpatient physical therapy with the aim of improving health-related physical fitness influence the level of physical activity in patients with long-term musculoskeletal conditions?

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 25/08/2015

Objective To evaluate any change in self-reported level of physical activity in patients receiving a general physical exercise programme in addition to disease-specific physiotherapy treatment. ...

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